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Purdue University Northwest, USA
Kuan-Chou Chen is the Associate Dean for Graduate Program and Research, Thomas M. McDermott Sr. Endowed Chair, Professor in Economic Development, Professor of Management Information Systems. He was the Department Head of Information Systems, Finance, and Business Analytics (2005-2016), as well as Interim Department Head of Department of Graduate Studies in Education (2013-2014) at Purdue University Northwest. He received his Ph.D. from Michigan State University and his MBA from National Cheng-Kung University in Taiwan. He specialized in computer programming, system simulation, project management, decision support systems, data mining, system analysis and design, e-business strategy and application, supply chain management, network design and security, knowledge management, and information economy. Professor Chen has more than 90 scholarly publications, most in peer-reviewed journals. He is an active participant in several professional journals and serves on three paper reviewer boards. Currently he is an Editor-in-Chief of International Journal of e-Education, e-Business, e-Management and e-Learning. His productivity and scholarship have been recognized by his colleagues, being nominated three years in a row for an ¡°Outstanding Scholar Award.¡± He also the recipient of Teacher of the Year Award (Purdue University Northwest, 2005).
Speech Title: Using Cooperative Learning to Build an Online Learning Community for E-Education
Abstract: E-education is a form of education which is delivered and administered using the Internet. In other words, E-learning is the act of engaging in an educational course in an online setting. E-learning courses can exist in a variety of forms, using a range of technologies. Commonly used in organizations like schools and corporations, E-learning can help learners complete education and training objectives with greater ease and flexibility than they can with traditional classroom-based learning. E-learning courses can use a variety of techniques, including audio and video recordings, presentations, quizzes, surveys, games, discussion groups, and more. more.
For E-education instructional method, there are numerous possible combinations of factors, but it is unlikely that a single factor alone will significantly affect student success. However, it is obviously to find teaching style will impact the whole learning process. Cooperative learning is the instructional use of small groups so that students work together to maximize their own and each other¡¯s learning. Cooperative learning helps build strengthened individual and team performance which in information Systems class and helps produce more high-quality graduates for tomorrow¡¯s workforce. In cooperative learning, the instructor acts as a facilitator, a tutor, a resource, but is not the source of the course¡¯s content---the students are, through their own research and analysis. The aim: fostering independence and critical thinking. Through this presentation, we will discuss the importance of collaboration in facilitating the development of a learning community and in achieving the desired learning outcomes for the online courses. Furthermore, we will explore the concept of collaboration by suggesting ways to promote it. The skills of interdependence must be developed and taught through a process of cooperative learning. This presentation also will demonstrate the applications of cooperative learning elements to the online education.
University of Alberta, Canada
Dr. Yongsheng Ma joined the faculty of engineering, University of Alberta in 2007, and has been a full professor since 2013. Dr. Ma is a member of ASEE, SME, SPE and an Alberta registered Professional Engineer. He teaches Capstone Design Projects, Engineering Informatics, Engineering Economics and Manufacturing Processes. His main research areas include e-Manufacturing, feature-based design and manufacturing modeling, CADCAM, ERP process modeling and product lifecycle management. Dr. Ma received his B.Eng. from Tsinghua University, Beijing (1986), both M.Sc. (1990) and Ph.D. (1994) from UMIST, UK. In 2000-2007, he was a faculty with Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. Dr. Ma publishes actively in top international journals and conferences, especially in the field of Semantic Modeling for Product and Process Engineering. Dr. Ma had been an associate editor of IEEE Transaction of Automation Science and Engineering (2009-2013). Since 2012, he has served as an editor of Advanced Engineering Informatics. Due to his fruitful collaboration with a Canadian manufacturer, in 2012, he won the prestigious ASTech award sponsored by Alberta Science and Technology Leadership Foundation. Dr. Ma started his career as a polytechnic lecturer in Singapore (1993); and then a senior research fellow and group manager (1996-2000) at Singapore Institute of Manufacturing Technology. Dr. Ma also served in department selection committee (2012), faculty nominating (2009-2011) and evaluation committees (2011). Dr. Ma had been a member of General Faculty Council (GFC) and a university senator from July, 2013 to July, 2016.
Purdue University Northwest, USA
Carin Chuang is a Professor of Management Information Systems in the College of Business at Purdue University Northwest. Carin holds a Ph.D. in Computer Information Systems from Purdue University and two Master degrees from Michigan State University with an emphasis on hospitality information systems and urban studies. Carin previously taught ten years in the Computer and Information Technology Department at Purdue University Northwest --- Westville campus and was awarded University wide 2014-2015 Outstanding Teacher Award.
Carin teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in Systems Analysis and Design, Project Management, E-Business Strategy, Principles of Information Systems, Database Management Analysis and Design, Advanced Spreadsheet Applications, and Internet Programming. Dr. Chuang has more than 50 scholarly publications. Dr. Chuang¡¯s research interests focus on enterprise resource planning (ERP) implementation and evaluation, system dynamics and simulation, business information system analysis, project management, e-business strategy, and experiential learning. Dr. Chuang was awarded four Scholarship of Engagement (SOE) Grants from the Indiana Campus Compact to design service-learning courses and community engagement projects.
Prior to joining academia, Dr. Chuang had 13 years industry experience and worked in well-known Fortune 500 companies including EDS (Electronic Data Systems), Caterpillar Inc. and Perkins+Will Global.
Speech Title: Exploring
Education in Service-Learning From Faculty Motivation to
Abstract: Service-learning is to promote real-world relevance through the application of classroom knowledge to problems in the business community. Service-learning can enhance students¡¯ subject matter learning, understanding and hands-on experiences. Using service-learning as the teaching strategy provides an innovative pedagogy approach to realize higher education¡¯s civic responsibilities. Despite the known facts to its benefits, service-learning is not thoroughly integrated into higher education curriculum in all disciplines. Lack of integration is often considered the results of faculty¡¯s extra work in course re-design and minimal institutional commitment to service-learning, including scarce administrative support, faculty participation, and funding, etc.¡ This talk will present the service-learning course design and discuss the faculty¡¯s motivation and satisfaction from integrating service-learning into their teaching. This presentation is helpful to faculty in service-learning course re-design. It is also useful to identify areas and provide recommendations for faculty members, institutions, research funding sponsors, the field of service-learning and higher education administrators to motivate and encourage more faculty integrating service-learning into their teaching with needed supports.
Kyoto University, Japan
Donghui Lin has been an associate professor in the Department of Social Informatics, at the Graduate School of Informatics, Kyoto University since 2018. Lin holds a Ph.D. in Informatics from Kyoto University and a master's degree from Shanghai Jiao Tong University. Prior to joining Kyoto University in 2012, he was a researcher at National Institute of Information and Communications Technology in 2008-2011. He has been working on service-oriented computing and conducting the research and development of language service infrastructures for intercultural collaboration for ten years. He served as a program co-chair of the interdisciplinary International Conference on Culture and Computing 2013-2017, a co-organizer of International Workshop on Worldwide Language Service Infrastructure 2013-2016, and a program committee member of major international conferences in the area of service-oriented computing and language resources. He was a recipient of the 2012 Achievement Award of the Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers.